Greg's Kriller

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Constructed on the banks of the Kanektok River the killer krill, or Kriller, was designed for maximum castabilty as well as its flaring motion when swinging across hydraulic “fences” in the water column. With the weight of the dumbbell eyes at the back of the shank, the Kriller swings deep with more of a downward-diagonal profile than most traditional patterns. A devouring size for both chrome Chinook and Steelhead, having the eyes closer to the hook attracts some of the most aggressive eats you can find near tidewater!

 

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13009 The Kriller, Blue13011 The Kriller, Orange13012 The Kriller, Pink13013 The Kriller, Red

Rob Crandall Flies

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Rob Crandall lives in Portland, Oregon, where he operates Water Time Outfitters, which offers guided fishing trips on the Deschutes River for trout and steelhead, as well as guided fly fishing for steelhead on the Clackamas, NF Nehalem, Trask and Oregon Coast rivers in the winter. It is on these rivers that Rob designed and developed his fish-catching patterns. He grew up on the banks of the Clackamas River and has been a licensed Oregon fishing guide since 1992. Rob is also the past editor of Flyfishing & Tying Journal magazine.

 

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13191 Crandall's Steelhead Nightmare13192 Crandall's Provider13193 Crandall's Guides Choice13194 Crandall's Wedding Dress13195 Crandall's Promise Keeper

Luke's Chromewrecker

The Chromewrecker was originally developed by Lucas Meeker as a large-profile, un-weighted pattern for targeting big water Steelhead in the lower flows of late summer and fall. Fishing big flies un-weighted with a heavier sink tip allows the fly to keep the large profile of a big weighted winter fly, but stay up in the column to snag less in broader and more consistent gradient runs. Many big steelhead flies sink slowly, especially un-weighted, but the Chromewrecker is tied with sparse materials that don't slow the sinkrate.

 

As the pattern evolved over three years, Luke added weighted variants and colorways targeting winter Steelhead and Chinook. Another central idea in this pattern is to use multiple shades of colors and contrasting points to build blended colors and markings that more closely resemble how colors blend and fade in nature (even when the color is bright!)... like the blended markings on the flank of a bright chrome Steelhead.

 

Colors currently in production: Blue/Purple/Chartreuse (shown), Pink/Purple, Black/Chartreuse/Olive, Avalanche (pink/white), Fall Favorite (red/orange).

 

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14157 Luke's Chromewrecker, Blue/Purple/Chartreuse

Sili-Leg Intruders

The Intruder has quickly become one of the most popular steelhead patterns on the West Coast. It is a large fly that was designed by the West Coast steelhead guide Ed Ward, with the help and feedback of fellow anglers Scott Howell, Jerry French, and Dec Hogan. Since its inception, there have been numerous variations, and it is safe to say that it is more of a style of fly rather than a pattern.

 

Our Sili-Leg Intruders are tied on medium length 35mm Waddington Shanks with 3/16-inch brass eyes. Stock flies come with a Gamakatsu Octopus size 2 hook.

 

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13004 Sili-Leg Intruder, Black/Blue13002 Sili-Leg Intruder, Pink/Black13005 Sili-Leg Intruder, Black/Purple13003 Sili-Leg Intruder, Pink/Blue
13006 Sili-Leg Intruder, Dark Blue/Blue13001 Sili-Leg Intruder, Pink/Orange13000 Sili-Leg Intruder, Red/Orange

Stu's Ostrich Intruders

Using long flowing materials is one of the key Intruder features. Stu's Intruders are tied on 40mm shanks with 5/32-inch brass eyes. Stock flies come with a Gamakatsu Octopus hook.

 

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12000 Stu's Intruder, Fuchsia/White12001 Stu's Intruder, Purple/Black12002 Stu's Intruder, Blue/Purple12003 Stu's Intruder, Black/Blue
12012 Stu's Intruder, Orange/Pink12014 Stu's Intruder, Metal Detector12013 Stu's Intruder, WR Darth Wader

Mini-Intruders

Based on our popular Intruder, this miniature version is tied on a 25mm shank with small brass eyes.

 

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12036 Mini-Intruder, Metal Detector12038 Mini-Intruder, Olive/Black12039 Mini-Intruder, Olive/White12030 Mini-Intruder, Blue/Black12031 Mini-Intruder, Blue/Purple
12032 Mini-Intruder, Golden Orange12033 Mini-Intruder, Hot Pink/Orange12034 Mini-Intruder, Orange/Black12035 Mini-Intruder, Yellow/Orange12037 Mini-Intruder, Pink
 


Stu's Barred Ostrich Intruders

Stu's Barred Ostrich Intruders are tied using barred ostrich that we dye in house. The intruder is on a 40mm shank with 5/32" brass eyes. Stock flies come with a Gamakatsu Octopus hook.

 

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12015 Stu's Barred Ostrich Intruder, Pink/Purple12016 Stu's Barred Ostrich Intruder, Chartreuse/Black12017 Stu's Barred Ostrich Intruder, Orange/Black12018 Stu's Barred Ostrich Intruder, Red/Black
12019 Stu's Barred Ostrich Intruder, Black/Purple12020 Stu's Barred Ostrich Intruder, Pink/Pink12021 Stu's Barred Ostrich Intruder, Blue/Black
 

Brett's Klamath Intruders

Tied on a 15mm shank, this little intruder has all the characteristics of its big brother: it moves and breathes while maintaining a profile. Go here to learn more about Brett Jensen.

 

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12055 Brett's Klamath Intruder, Purple/Pink12056 Brett's Klamath Intruder, Red/Pink12057 Brett's Klamath Intruder, Rusty/Olive
12058 Brett's Klamath Intruder, Black/Purple12050 Brett's Klamath Intruder, Orange12051 Brett's Klamath Intruder, Black/Blue
12052 Brett's Klamath Intruder, Chartreuse12053 Brett's Klamath Intruder, Orange/Brown12054 Brett's Klamath Intruder, Pink/Pink

Stu's Stinger Prawns

Using long webby saddle hackle and no weight, these are the right flies for fishing shallow water. Stu's Stinger Prawns are tied on medium length 35mm Waddington shanks. Stock flies come with a red Gamakatsu Octopus size 2 hook.

 

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14000 Stu's Stinger Prawn, Orange14001 Stu's Stinger Prawn, Pink14002 Stu's Stinger Prawn, Purple

Flashtail Stinger Prawns

This stinger prawn pattern has plenty of flash and movement to attract Chinook, Steelhead, Coho and many other species.

 

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14103 Flashtail Stinger Prawn, Chartreuse/Black14104 Flashtail Stinger Prawn, Pink/White14105 Flashtail Stinger Prawn, Black/Purple

Senyo's Scandi

Senyo's GL Predator Scandi: Greg Senyo likes to blend traditional Atlantic salmon and steelhead tying techniques with modern synthetic materials, and he has done that with the Predator Scandi series. Tied on a 25mm Senyo shank and using the Senyo Predator Wrap, this fly sparkles in the water. As with all of Greg's patterns, the Gamakatsu hook is attached point down.

 

Senyo's Aqua Scandi: With a marabou wing and incorporating the new Aqua Veil, this fly has a similar profile to the Predator Scandi, but a touch smaller. Rigged with a Gamakatsu Octopus hook.

 

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13100 Senyo's GL Predator Scandi, Blue/Silver13101 Senyo's GL Predator Scandi, Pink/Purple13102 Senyo's GL Predator Scandi, Blue/Purple13103 Senyo's GL Predator Scandi, Orange/Gold
13104 Senyo's GL Predator Scandi, Black/Red13105 Senyo's GL Predator Scandi, Black13170 Senyo's Aqua Scandi, Black13171 Senyo's Aqua Scandi, Blue
13172 Senyo's Aqua Scandi, Chartreuse13173 Senyo's Aqua Scandi, Pink13174 Senyo's Aqua Scandi, Purple

Senyo's Flow Rider

The Flow Rider has a double arctic fox wing to provide a larger profile and a lot of movement in the water. The double bead chain eyes provide enough weight to get the fly down and also a little bit of water resistance to give the fly some extra movement in the softer flows.

 

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13112 Senyo's Flow Rider, Black Ghost13113 Senyo's Flow Rider, Gray Ghost13114 Senyo's Flow Rider, Green Butt Skunk13109 Senyo's Flow Rider, Blue
13108 Senyo's Flow Rider, Olive13111 Senyo's Flow Rider, Pink13110 Senyo's Flow Rider, Purple

Senyo's Artificial Intelligence

The Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) is a searching style attractor baitfish pattern. Due to its synthetic build, this fly pattern is extremely durable, lightweight, and provides a serious amount of movement while it swims. The A.I. holds a great profile, retains its shimmer and translucency, and is the perfect option to combat changing water conditions. A proven pattern across the Great Lakes Region to Canadian/Alaskan waters and the West Coast.


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13180 Senyo's Artificial Intelligence, Green/Chartreuse13181 Senyo's Artificial Intelligence, Blue/Black13182 Senyo's Artificial Intelligence, Purple/Black
13183 Senyo's Artificial Intelligence, Rainbow/White13184 Senyo's Artificial Intelligence, Silver/Seafoam13185 Senyo's Artificial Intelligence, Pink

Senyo's OCD

Senyo's OCD is a great fly in low water conditions because it's unweighted and 3 1/2 inches long. Tied using Senyo's articulated shank, ostrich, and Angel Hair, for a fly that swims well in the water. Shank length: 25mm.

 

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13117 Senyo's OCD, Black13115 Senyo's OCD, Blue13116 Senyo's OCD, Pink

Fish Taco

A popular shank fly that is very effective for all five Pacific Salmon, Char, Sea-Run Browns as well as Atlantic Salmon. 3" long overall, unweighted and perfect for swinging in low, clear water.

 

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13160 Fish Taco, Black13161 Fish Taco, Purple13162 Fish Taco, Red
13163 Fish Taco, Chartreuse13164 Fish Taco, Pink

Hartwick's Tungsten Cyclops Leech

The Cyclops Leech is designed to get down and keep a profile while moving like a snake. With the 7/32" tungsten bead, this fly will break through the toughest of currents. Rigged with a Gamakatsu Octopus hook.

 

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14130 Hartwick's Tungsten Cyclops Leech, Chartreuse/Silver14131 Hartwick's Tungsten Cyclops Leech, Black/Purple14132 Hartwick's Tungsten Cyclops Leech, Pink
14133 Hartwick's Tungsten Cyclops Leech, Orange/Red14134 Hartwick's Tungsten Cyclops Leech, Blue/Black
 

Trailer Trash

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The Trailer Trash is an Intruder style fly. The TT has a large profile with great movement and little bulk. With no weight in the fly and the use of marabou and ostrich, this fly can be swung in the shallows but still have a lot of movement. Steelhead, Pacific Salmon and Sea-run Browns will attack this fly.

 

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13015 Trailer Trash, Blue/Black13016 Trailer Trash, Green/Blue13017 Trailer Trash, Pink/White

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